Khartala, ; Françoise Bretout: Mogho Naba Wobgho: La résistance du royaume mossi de Ouagadougou., ; Michel Izard: Le Yatenga précolonial: Un. Histoire des royaumes et chefferies au Burkina Faso précolonial, Ouagadougou, DIST/CNRST, ; Michel Izard, Introduction à l’histoire des royaumes mossi. Author: Jeanne-Marie Kambou-Ferrand. Edition/Format: Article: French. Publication: Burkina Faso, cents ans d’histoire: actes du premier colloque international.

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Binger travelled from Dakar to the Ivory Coast at the end of the 19 th century. Histoite devises de Naba Warga furent: Dans une guerre contre le Mogho Naba ses adversaires perdront non seulement leurs biens mais aussi un grand nombre de leurs parents et amis. On simula un cadavre.

Le Kayao Naba fut pris et l’on n’eut plus de nouvelles de lui. Cette devise concernait la menace que ses oncles faisaient peser sur lui.


Le mot Sawadogo indique. Le Mogho Naba actuel est: By the 18th century, the Mossi kingdoms had increased significantly in terms of economic and military power in the region. The oldest was Diaba Lompo who founded the city of Fada N’gourma. The French fired four shots in the air which caused the Mossi force to scatter, but Wobgo was able to escape capture. The king participated in two great hishoire, one focused on the genealogy of the royal lineage mossu order to increase their naam and another of sacrifices to tenga.


Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. La seconde doit indiquer le programme d’action du nouveau chef et constitue souvent, dans histoirre pratique, un discret avertissement pour ses adversaires.

On rapporte que le vieux tengsoba disait: When the French and British agreed on the boundary between their yistoire, Wobgo lost his main support system and retired with a British pension in Zongoiri in the Gold Coast where he died in Beyond his actual historical role, he became a symbol for many Royajme. Ce Widi Naba tirait son nom de la devise: The origins of the Mossi state are claimed by one prominent oral tradition to come from when a Mamprusi princess left the city of Gambaga because of a dispute with her father.

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They had a son, named Ouedraogo male horse, or stallionwho is the common ancestor of the whole Moaga people. On ne sait rien de lui. Naba Saga II, Prononcer le nom de Danwegma porterait malheur. As a result of the significant centralization of the kingdoms, the French largely kept the administration making the Moro-naba in Ouagadougou the primary leader of the region and creating five ministers under him that governed different regions largely adhering to the Mossi kingdom borders.

Ses devises principales furent:.

This event dates in different oral histories to be anytime between the 11th and the 15th centuries. However, the French in entered the area and renounced the treaty of protection to conquer the Mossi Kingdom and make it part of the Upper Volta colony. Il ne devra jamais voir le nouveau Mogho. Princess Yennega was the beloved daughter of king whose kingdom was located in the modern Ghana.


The nakombse claimed lineage connections to the founders of the Mossi kingdoms and the power of naam which gave them the divine right to rule. Les devises initiales de Naba Sawadogo furent: Sawadogo est le Mogho Naba aux surnoms ou devises. Centralization of the political and military powers of the kingdoms begin in the 13th century and led to conflicts between the Mossi kingdoms and many of the other powerful states in the region.

Although there were a number of jihad states in the region trying to forcibly spread Islam, namely the Massina Empire and the Sokoto Caliphatethe Mossi kingdoms largely retained their traditional religious and ritual practices. This system of taking over territory and appointing sons as Dimas would last for many of the future rulers.

The second son, Rawabecame the ruler of Zondoma Province. Zoungrana and Pouitenga had a son, Oubri, who further expanded the kingdom by conquering the Kibissi and some Gurunsi tribes. Many books are already available in French.